Villa RedfernoEclectic Living Room, Sydney
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3. A colourful duoLet’s say you want to be really bold and try a duo colours in your home. It’s doable!WHERE? Depending on the colours you choose, a bi-toned room can work anywhere in the house. Generally, you should follow the same rules as above. Use richer colours in the bedrooms and formal living areas and brighter colours in the more informal spaces.
Using his eye for colour, Weston opted to accent the teal blue with its opposite on the colour spectrum – pinks and reds. By opening up the bi-fold doors, we can see a shot of that colour coming from the hand-printed wallpaper in the dining room.“The embossed silver cupboard used to be a fireplace and there was no point putting another one in that wouldn’t be used,” Weston says, “so we chose this piece to reflect the ghosts of former fireplaces past.” Weston had the bespoke rug made to add colour and define the seating area. It plays on the colours found in his array of collectibles and art finds.12 unexpected colour pairings